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Hamilton: I'm still in the hunt; FORMULA ONE.

LEWIS Hamilton believes he is definitely in the hunt for this year's Formula One world title after coming to terms with the fact there will be bad days as well as good.

In Hamilton's eyes, his performance in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix was "a bad day" as the 27-year-old had to settle for third after starting from pole.

Although McLaren team-mate Jenson Button took the chequered flag for the 13th win of his career, Hamilton said: "If this is a bad day for me then I definitely can't complain.

"I know this is a car I can definitely challenge for the title with," Hamilton said.

"Jenson proved it. He had a fantastic race."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 21, 2012
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